Just one day after Carter entered the world, his care team performed what would be the first of 13 surgeries during the first 13 months of his young life. One operation was the first of its kind in the state of Minnesota.
Children’s Minnesota is pleased to announce the opening of the Children’s Minnesota Concussion Clinic, located inside the Children’s Minnesota Specialty Center in Woodbury, Minnesota.
John’s journey: North America’s first neurosurgery suite of its kind sets stage for boy’s brain tumor removal procedure
John was diagnosed with a brain tumor right before he turned 9, the Children’s Minnesota neurosurgery team used its new, cutting-edge neurosurgery facility to get the boy on the road to recovery.
Camille’s courage: experimental ‘tumor paint’ helps light the way for toddler’s brain tumor removal procedure
After an MRI scan detected a golf ball-sized tumor in Camille's brain, her family agreed to enroll her in a research trial underway at the time at Children’s Minnesota.
Zander's story shows how the Children’s Minnesota Concussion Clinic provides comprehensive medical evaluation and treatment for children and young adults who have concussions caused by sports, accidents or falls.
Children’s Minnesota is now home to North America’s first pediatric hybrid intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (iMRI) suite equipped with both moving-scanner and moving-patient MRI technology in the same surgical space.
Children’s Minnesota’s neurosurgery program selected as a top neurosurgery department by Becker’s Hospital Review
Children’s Minnesota is thrilled to announce the organization’s neurosurgery program was recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of 54 hospitals and health systems with spine and neurosurgery programs to watch.
Sloan is one of nine students selected as a finalist in her age category for the National Braille Challenge. Very impressive, especially when you consider Sloan’s been living with a brain tumor most of her young life.
After suffering a traumatic brain injury during a car crash in 2018, Ben, 16, continues to recover and now wants to use his story to help others during Brain Injury Awareness Month in March.
The Children’s Minnesota Spina Bifida Clinic brings together several specialty services to meet the complex needs of patients with spina bifida. The multidisciplinary clinic provides care to patients from across the upper Midwest from infancy through young adulthood.